Blue Sky Interlocking Deck Tile 1.5 Inch 50/50 EPDM - Custom
Blue Sky Outdoor Rubber Tile 1.5 inch thick, 50/50 EPDM Deck and Patio Tiles
Black/Brown 50/50 EPDM
Black/Gray 50/50 EPDM
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Top Features for Blue Sky Interlocking Deck Tile 1.5 Inch 50/50 EPDM - Custom
- Provides resiliency and incredible underfoot comfort outdoors
- Easy to install and maintain over time
- High traction non slip surface when wet or dry
- Will not mold, mildew over time
- Will not attract or harbor any insects
- Certified ''GREEN'' Product
- Ships From the East Coast
- Made in USA
Outdoor Flooring, Rooftop Tiles, Deck Tiles, Patio Floor Tiles, Outdoor Rubber Floors
Blue Sky 1.5 inch rubber tile in 50/50 EPDM colors are used as outdoor rubber rooftop, patio and deck tiles. Blue Sky tiles are manufactured in the South East region of the USA and they ship from the East Coast. These rooftop, patio, or deck rubber tiles feature an interlocking tile design which means installation is easy and the tiles are long lasting in outdoor deck, patio, and rooftop installations.
Blue Sky products feature a proprietary compression molding process unlike any other system in the world. This unique process allows the top wear course of the tile to be compression molded to a significantly higher density when compared to competing products.Blue Sky tiles engineered impact arcs rely on proven architectural techniques, ensuring that the top surface can be made extremely durable without compromising the tiles resilient properties and exceptional safety characteristics.
Manufacturing highly durable outdoor rubber tiles is more than just product design. These tiles are made from only the highest quality materials provided by the premier suppliers in the rubber and polyurethane industries. All materials are certified by our vendor to meet or exceed our stringent specifications, and all raw materials that enter into our system are cataloged through retained samples for quality control purposes. Our quality management system extends to the design, production, installation, and servicing of all of our products and is carefully documented in our Quality Assurance Manual, procedures, standards, and operating instructions.
Blue Sky outdoor rubber tiles unique interlocking system has been the cornerstone of this product line for more than 20 years. Over the past two decades, continual advancements in its interlocking design technology has provided customers with solutions to the challenges associated with most modular outdoor surfacing systems. This design represents the pinnacle in locking design technology, ensuring that when properly installed, the system will remain tight, secure and vandal-resistant through years of heavy use.
Blue Sky outdoor rubber tiles are not only aesthetically pleasing but offer a simpler way to repair and maintain in high traffic areas. Blue Sky outdoor rubber tiles are available in various colors including EPDM colors to let your creativity run wild.
Use with any of our interlocking beveled edge ramps and corners in order to create a complete outdoor patio, deck or rooftop surface solution.
These outdoor rubber tile are manufactured using recycled rubber buffings or crumb rubber from reground automotive tires. Black or color from the rubber material will rub off to some extent under normal use. This is common contact wear with this type of rubber tile in this product family type.
Hose off with water, let dryShipping
Ships via freight delivery, shrink wrapped on pallets
This Product Ships Freight Only.
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NOTE: This item is a custom order and is not returnable.
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|SF per Item||4.00|
|Packaging||Shrink Wrapped on Pallets|
|Number of Pieces per Package Type||84|
|Interlock Loss||0.00 feet|
|Material Hardness||Shore A 60|
|Surface Finish||Smooth flat|
|Installation Method||Interlocking, glue down or glue together|
|Border Strips Included||No|
|Manufacturer Warranty||10 year limited warranty|
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